Zero is nihilism defeated by itself. Our time of crisis within the political and ideological systems, as well as within the grand western humanistic tradition, is, perhaps, only the outermost symptomaticological stratum of the deeper collapse of our outdated anthropology. This crisis (like a crisis in any structure) is revealed in the divisive hierarchy of interrelated elements and the preponderance of reflexo-dramaturgical origins of the informato-instructional. Here is a real life example: The Giant Bursitis Lump On My Elbow, Which Looks Like A 2nd Scrotum, And Which May In Fact Be Home To My 3rd-Eye Ball. Easy on the painkillers, DiNozzo. And I remember thinking – oh man, that would be awesome. It'd be amazing if our essays were like Tumblrs – Benjamin’s Arcades Project, Pessoa's Book of Disquiet, Camus’ Notebooks – basically Tumblrs. //Do// things happen for a reason? I’m thinking ... not. “All the colors are advancing from the snow -- you have to pay attention to colors.” “I would like to metamorphose into a mouse-mountain.” Test subject returns to the subject of colors, beginning with his pronunciation of the word green in a very drawn out singing cadence (approx. 20 sec.) and then says: “green is also yellow.” “When someone has done something good, then perhaps it turns into the eye of a bird.” Earlier, when raising his arm: “Now we will turn our gaze to the interpretation of the celestial bodies,” his raised arm acting here as a telescope. (Thatching, the corpse was worked into the roof) MASSIVE HEARING GIVES VERDICT ON MASSACRE.
[Note: Sources: Brian, “Transvaluation”, at Fractal Ontology, 15 Jul 012; Dmitri Prigov, from Internal Reckonings (tr. Chris Mattison), at Jacket 36; JBR (see Zeitgeist Spam for a photo); Gibbs, in “Corporal Punishment” episode of NCIS; Kate Zambreno, “the unedited, the unrepressed”, at Frances Farmer Is My Sister, 15 Jul 012; Nada Gordon, “//Do// things happen for a reason?”, at Ululations, 15 Jul 012; Walter Benjamin, and Fritz Fränkel, as quoted in “Protocol IX: Fritz Fränkel: Protocol of 18 April 1931” (tr. Scott J. Thompson), at Protocols to the Experiments on Hashish, Opium and Mescaline 1927-1934: Translation and Commentary (15 Jul 012 – WB’s 120th birthday); John A Scott, “Thatching”, in The Reality Street Book of Sonnets (ed. Jeff Hilson); Laurie Duggan, (“Clayton West 2)”, in Hilson]